18 Burst results for "Ardian"

"ardian" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:44 min | Last month

"ardian" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Well. He just he. Russia whip down inside risk. Time just fucking down the ground. I was like oh shit like like you know because this is in california the california state. Dc goes on what what shit. Let kids fourteen and that their own show. Champion state champs michigan state now full scholarship. Fuck good look great. Thank you boom us after they announced much Ardian told you it kind of is on. He's going to walk through a man but need to get more mad. He's gonna walk through them though. But that's what we want. I know because if he struggles at that then we know he's not big restaurant one day one day fucking night. He's just too big for men so afraid you like. Why aren't they doing like wars. In his own facing was shuttle melian. It's like that's not the business. I mean like i'm just using these two people who will be like. Why aren't they facing. Let's build off fight. No yeah but if you if you pull up the rankings though there's no really for him too because everyone's already matched last time. We had a top tunnel years on the dire with you and be john o. S. right you got into what it was very dropping. There's yeah brooklyn new a lot about our show us about a lot. John just shy all these ideas on judging and stuff and big. John shut me down. We're all the rules. John was blow. Welcome to my world travel conversation with that guy on our show. This is like no no no let me tell you why and you just brakes. Josh step-by-step.

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"ardian" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"ardian" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"So When I had made that decision to. I was like, okay I'M GOING TO GO TO MED training by sailboat I had no idea what I was doing and so I went to read it and I typed up my whole situation I was like this is what i WanNa do our go to the Mediterranean live on sailboat I have no experience only do this by A. What do I? What kind of paperwork do I need to make this legal because? I? Don't even like I don't even know where to look to figure out what kind of paperwork I need. In, so put that onto read one guy was like, yeah, you definitely can't do that by. April that's impossible. Then another guy was. Much more guide and it was like. Here's a he'd. Put like three or four paragraphs in was like. I did it in the Caribbean? This is what you need. This is what you don't need this what they say you need, but you don't really need. And he just kind of laid all that out and then he was like Oh and by the way. I. Have Sailboat in Barcelona that I'm trying to sell because I moved into a Catamaran and I was like, oh, that's interesting. What kind of boat is it? So he sent me some photos like how much do you want here's like this much and I was like well, that's too much and it's I don't need it for four months so on and I've never seen it. So I'm not going to buy a boat that I've never seen more months in advance. So I just stopped messaging him. In about a month later, he came back with half the price A. Sauce. Okay. Well, let's just kind of keep this conversation going and then it just so happened that Barscelona is where the cruise ship was ending like that's where it was landing and so a week before. I. I ended up. Being like here's my offer Will You Here's my offer of ten grand. Will you? Buy It for that if The by for that sight unseen, I'll take that risk based on your word. If I get it for this price because that's insanely cheap and for a boat that's like crazy cheap in so. That was a risk I was willing to take, and so he said, okay let's do it. So. We landed in Barcelona at like eight am, and then by one PM moving onto the book. It was perfect and it was like within walking distance of where the the ship landed in. So we We spent the next three days just kind of getting her ready took everything out of the boat clean. The whole boat took inventory of what all came with, which was like gear. Really happy with like it was really well kitted out. The buds already been around the world wants in, it's sailed across the Atlantic both ways. So we took inventory, cleaned it all out and then. On May Eleventh, we moved onto it on. Mesa on May eleventh we did our maiden voyage to my Orca, which was one hundred and eleven miles. So that was a twenty plus our sale. And that was our first sale and so we did. Over the next month, we did some different work on it. took it out of the water did some repairs Cleaned it up. painted. The deck and all that kind of stuff and then eventually renamed the boat and we've renamed it changes name to Ardian Rot and that's Celtic name comes from Celtic Mythology Arjan Rod is the The Goddess of the Moon Right it's the silver. Moon. My silver wheel and she. In, in the myth, she has two sons. In one of the sons. is named Dylan and so dylan also means son of the wave and as I. I I I didn't think I was going to rename it, but I wasn't particularly fond of the name of the sailboat at the time and. Had already been renamed before. Had never been renamed between its owners wouldn't have renamed it but had since it had already been renamed. Yeah. Let's do it. And so the denied learned that story I was like, yeah, that's the name. That's the name of the boat. So renamed her name's Ardy on Rod. Nice. So before we go, why don't you tell us about? So the floor channel is where people can see like toward and videos of all these alternative living spaces and then your new channel. Why don't you tell us where where we can find it and like what we what we can expect to find on it. Right. So if you go to youtube and you just search dylan megacity than both channels will pop up both floor and Dylan. Mick Gastro pop and floor is the alternative living spaces, short documentaries and then Dylan megacity. We just recently launched in its. These short videos on. You know around ten to twelve minutes something like that. Maybe bit longer maybe bit shorter. About, travel and adventure in philosophy in life into. Their videos on what you would expect to get out of travel right? Just we went from point a to point B, and this is what happened. It's like we went from point A. to Point B.. This is what happened in. This is how it changed me as a person or this is the things I learned from that or this is the. Cultural and philosophical ideas that. Were thought provoking from that into. The videos. Come out and feel a bit more like a travel diary or a journal entry than they do just like. A video log of. What literally happened. In in I'm really happy with how they've been turning out in so yeah, you can find that on Dylan megacity on Youtube. And So far. It's been mainly sailing content on that. But like I said, it goes into the philosophy of life and traveling things that I've learned while living on the road and living on the sea. And how that's impacted me as a person. Awesome while Dilemma Makassar. Great to meet you and thanks for being a guest the show. Thank you Ethan. Thank you so much to Dylan gaster for being a guest on the show today, you can find the show notes including links to Dylan's youtube channels and lots of photos of his victories. Tiny accommodations at the tiny house dot net slash one, two, nine again that's the tiny house dot net slash one, twenty nine also don't forget to check out tiny house engage my exclusive. Time House community you can learn more and register for access at the tiny house dot net slash engage. Again, that's the tiny house dot net slash engage. Well. That's all for this week. I'm your host Ethan Waldman, and I'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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Glory Ali: Why Muslim Travel Rocks

The World Nomads Podcast

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Glory Ali: Why Muslim Travel Rocks

"Runs Muslim slim travel rocks. which is the name we stole the title of this episode Thanks Glory? It's the thought that among other things. She's Muslim family friendly destinations with Muslim friendly services. Mrs And accommodation flurry says you don't have to compromise your faith when you're exploring the world so let's find out wanting spider to launch the site so Muslim Tara walks walks is a blog that I created to encourage and motivate Muslims to travel the world. And you know some people. Ask Me why. Muslims need to be encouraged or inspired to travel the world world. And what I will say to them was Muslims. We have specific faith. Bates needs that. Need to be met so that we can travel and still follow our faith and at the same time it can be challenging when it comes to traveling so I created this website in this space where Muslims can get information of where they can go a eddie destinations. They want to go to where they pray where they can have a good Hallam meal and just enjoy Muslim friendly activities at any destination. You know it's hostile hostile to show up on a non Muslim destination and be greeted with Muslim friendly services than accommodations throughout the world. Is that increasing. Do you think. Glory absolutely one hundred percents I don't even example. So mustn't travelers people ask. Walt what's a difficult genus travels in wasn't travels for the same reason as any any other tourists more than fifty percent of them listen. Travelers travel with their families. They stay longer and spend more and there's also a rise of the solo female traveller which is becoming very popular Muslim. Women have a strong influence when planning a trip a Muslim travelers are one of the largest visited visited markets to the United States but few brands market to them And just to give you idea of how big this travel sectors in two thousand sixteen was is estimated. There was a hundred and twenty. One million mustn't travelers that spend one hundred and forty five billion dollars. It's expected to grow to a hundred and fifty six million travelers spending two hundred and twenty billion dollars. So there's a real confidence in that sector absolutely and it's growing in a lot of anonymous destinations are starting to markets and most travelers for those reasons that I stated before were a lot of the families. These are Muslims family child within families but are not dumping this question on you because I sent it to you willing to consider but I was recently contacted by an Indonesian woman. Who wanted to travel but there was now president within her family? She scared she didn't wait. A stops a center linked to your your cy obviously and she wants to be an inspiration to her children so that they can go off say the world and she wants to do it on her own. As Sir you said Solar women trouble and Solo Muslim famous chapel is on the rise. So what. What advice would you offer her? Well you know. This can be a little controversy the in Assam and I know some friends that I have will not travel without a husband or brother because his Lamad said that you should not travel without a male Guardian Ardian however that was back in the time of Jesus in the prophets and of course you know. The women didn't work and Sunday. The menu is the main supporter of the households of anything happens what you know who would support them But now that's all change and it's pretty safe now to to travel anywhere that you want to go but it's also with in the family so it's up to each individual you know. Luckily for me you know I told my husband. Hey I'm going traveling Over here he's a guy right just as long as I can contact you were good. There's no issues But I also do have younger friends in their twenties who want to travel and their parents give them a hard time because an Islamic woman's aren't supposed to travel by themselves and they're like mom but you know it's a new era and you time we can travel were safe so sometimes they'll come to me and ask me for advice and usually my advice to them. Is You know let your parents know. Tell them this is what I'm going to. You have a plan ahead of time. Make them feel comfortable. I'm going to be at this hotel. Aren't going to be at this fronts house I'm GonNa call you in such and such time And just make them feel comfortable in the more comfortable they feel and see that you are responsible young woman than the last their hesitate so there are lots of challenges. You've got convince your family. You've got to be true to your face. So what are some of the misconceptions both on the part of Muslims in on the pot of non Muslims in the in the travel industry industry. Yeah so so. One of the things we're talking about with women cannot travel alone which is not true. A lot of women travel alone. I travel alone. I'm married but I do a lot of Solo traveling And it's like I was as just to each individual person. So if you want to travel if you're willing to travel with your children I think it's a wonderful idea because I did the same with I children. I made sure that my kids went on. BE -cations every year even if it was a road trip and one of the major reasons. Why did that is because to me? Traveling allows the children to learn much more than skin potentially offer them and traveling abroad particularly helps improve positive character developments and the individual the identity as a towns are able to immerse themselves in other cultures unlike their familiar surroundings so for the one of your audience members and in much before that wants to inspire children. I would say my tips to her is no travel with the kids. Offer that opportunity for them to experience appearance different cultures and societies foods. Maybe they can pick up a different language Also I would set them up with play dates for children from different for backgrounds on. That's a good start even fair just at home set up the play dates with different from different backgrounds. So them when you're able to travel to any even even if you travel within the United States the United States is huge and even she go to stay. It's a it's a different culture. Even our languages is a little bit different. The view is different. You can go to the data we can go to the beach. We can go to the mountains. It's very diverse. Be here so I would always say that you want to like set our plates interact with other children from different cultures. You give your children books that they read regarding The Code Cultural Books Right. I would also try different foods. I used to do that with my kids. I take them out to eat different foods. And 'cause I realized early on with my children that every time we went out wanted chicken nuggets in French fries and I was like. You've got to be kidding me. I'm not taking you to this restaurant and you're going to have chicken nuggets and French fries like just is. Try this the like mom ill. That's green I don't WANNA try. I'm like no no no tell me you don't like it after you tasted it so that todd they started taste in different foods at now. You know they love diff- Larry's a film which is great so we know we all want our children to grow up in a world free from bias in discriminations and we want them to reach the dreams and feel that whatever they want to accomplish in life is hospital so we want them to feel loved and included a never experienced the pain rejection exclusion. But the reality is that we do live in the world in which racism and other forms of vice continues to affect us so discrimination Hertzen. We scars that can last a lifetime affecting goals ambitions like choices and feeling of softwares. So how can we best prepare our children to meet their. The challenges of reap the benefits an increasingly diverse world. Raise these children to celebrate the values diversity and to be proud of their culture so as the the Muslim travel sector grows. And you're very excited about that. I you noticing that there is less kind of attitude toward Muslims as individuals. Yes there is an auto you one thing. When when I first started travel bloggers started during the presidential election here in the United States I don't know if you know about my my background stories. When I started the travel blog I actually wanted to do something because I realized that this whole election was trying to separate raid R. Our nation And so I started the truck walks at all what it can do. WanNa walk but I want combat Islamaphobia at the same time. So so what I realized After the presidential election as the Muslim travel band was that you know instead of our country being divided. It's what you hear on the news all the time we actually came together. I mean I have never been more proud to be an American as a day that we had our Muslim travel bans. Went into a fact doc. Because everyone didn't matter what race so many people came out to the Air Force to support the Muslims that were in the air that we're going to be sent back to another country that wasn't bears and so one of the challenges that I faced myself is when I recently just came from Puerto Rico spent a week and a half Hyphen Puerto Rico But I have to be very cautious so when I travel I always have my passport after I have my birth certificate. Not many people travel with the birthday ticket but I have to travel with Nyberg certificate to prove that I'm American citizen because I don't know if I leave the country if I'm going to be allowed to come back in that possible. It should be. It should be but it's but it's not because during the travel ban. Trump was saying that you want any Muslim to go back to their country and I kept saying I am. I am an American. I was born just because I wear a headscarf doesn't mean that contrary I am an American and so the only way that I feel that I can prove something is if I have my birth certificate with me because my passport in this time doesn't really mean

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"ardian" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Insurance rates, the, the top ten cheapest and the top Ken most expensive, and we had product information on the new twenty twenty accurate RDX in the new VW Ardian, which is going to be their flagship car, and I am looking forward to getting behind the wheel that I looked at the Ardian and went, wow. That's a nice, shiny new car. Great lines rate looking car. Yes. But why would they spend money designing a shiny, new great looking car when sedan sales are so far down in crossovers, or all that anybody wants who I mean, there's only so many segments and crossovers, you know, subcompact compact medium sized large, you know, once you get that covered. I actually think it's probably a pretty good move for Volkswagen to try to to to get into sedan business a little bit more than a half. I mean they've been struggling since the since the emissions scandal on all their diesels and that was the bulk of their sales was the Jeddah in, in, in the Passat. So going upscale just a little bit in. Hyundai had success with this are they are. They actually was a pretty good move. And I gotta find in this car is going to do. Well, there were some stats that went along with your story about the RDX the. New twenty twenty coming out that, that I win really I mean, I knew it was popular. But what they've had nine months of monthly sales increase in a row or something. Crazy Lardy has been on fire. I mean, and I knew when I reviewed it the, the other really owned some special is just such a great SUV and it just kind of fits into that size that everybody's looking for right now. Not too big, don't need third row seat, but not too small. It kinda it kinda just fits gap. And so you take Honda quality and you put that Acura luxury, the super handling all wheel drive, and all the electron IX inside the car. Holy Ken frankly, accurate prostate. Right. But the big thing with this thing is the Lisa's the residual values are. So high makes the lease payments amazing, and that's where the picking up their sales. Well, I see a lot of them in my neighborhood. I'll tell you that. Yeah. Oh, yeah. You see them everywhere. And to the phones we go at eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven we start to sour with Scott Cyprus, Texas in the Houston area. Hello, scott. Good afternoon. Jerry question for you looking for a vehicle for my wife and she's looking at a twenty eight teen Chevy terrain and a twenty fifteen Volvo xc. Sixty what are your thoughts? There is the terrain newer used narrow. Okay. And are they comparable pricewise? Yes. Very comparable price wise, of course, the Volvo has a lot more creature comforts if you will. But the Volvo has thirty thousand miles. Oh, I like that. I going to admit to a little bit of bias, fear. I the terrain really liked the terrain up until twenty eighteen where when they put the start stop system on that you cannot disable and it ruined it for me. And don't let that sway you, if she's okay with that. And if you're okay with that, if you're going to be driving at some, then obviously, it's, you know, I'd rather have the new terrain with no miles. Ally. Are we going to keep this thing? Well, she's driving. Now a two thousand nine Chrysler three hundred so probably a ten years, okay? I think I'd if you can get around the start stop issue. I'd probably go with the terrain. And I'm looking at it maintenance costs down the road. A love the miles on that Volvo. I loved x sixty the interiors. Great. The safety features amazing, like you always get with the Volvo, but, you know, one hundred thousand miles it's going to start to cost some money, and I think the terrain, you know, we'll do a hundred and fifty thousand without any problems, and without any major expense. And for me, it's just getting around that start stop system. Yeah. And we don't have too much problem with the start stop. I I've got a Ford pickup with the same thing, and I've kinda gotten used to it and some people do it doesn't bother some people, I'm very sensitive to it. And some cars are better and worse than others. This this ranger over. I'm driving this week if it didn't have the button. It would drive me crazy. It shakes the whole car, every time they injured comes back on, and I do mostly in town driving. And so it's cutting on and stopping and starting back up constantly. But you know if you get around that I think I think the terrain is probably the way to go if it were, if, if it were me doing it. I've go with the terrain. There is an if that start stop system starts to really bother you. There is software out there. Now that will bypass that. And that'd be the first thing I would do, but that's up to you guys, which one is she leaning toward. She's pretty much in the metal it's just right on the fence. Okay. Is, is the Volvo certified? Well, we've looked at a couple and we're not certain the one we're looking at now is okay. It's with one of your dealers. So we'd have to look at that. Yeah. I am. I don't think it'd be a mistake to get the Volvo at all. I do. I am a little concerned about the long term maintenance on it. They are they, they can get pretty expensive and some of the stuff you probably going to have to do at Volvo dealer, and that can get real expensive it. There's no bad choice here. I'll tell you that it's just going to come down to whatever she thinks she's going to want to drive for the next five or six years, and either one would would serve you guys. Well, I would lean to the GMC, if it were me, I appreciate the phone call..

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"ardian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Top ten cheapest and the top Ken most expensive. And we had product information on the new twenty twenty accurate RDX in the new VW Ardian, which is going to be their flagship car, and I am looking forward to getting behind the wheel that I looked at the Ardian and went, wow. That's nice shiny, new great lines rate looking car. Yes. But. Why would they spend money designing a shiny new great looking car when sedan sales are so far down in crossovers all that anybody wants? I mean, there's only so many segments and crossovers you know, the subcompact compact medium sized large. And you know, once you get that covered actually think it's probably a pretty good move Volkswagen to try to, to to get into sedan business a little bit more than a half. I mean they've been struggling since the since the emissions scandal on all their diesels and that was the bulk of their sales was the Jeddah in so going upscale just a little bit in. Hyundai has had success with this. Are they are? They actually it was a pretty good move. And I got a funny fan that's going to do. Well, there were some stats that went along with your story about the RDX the new twenty twenty coming out that, that I win really. I mean, I knew it was popular. But what they've had nine months of monthly sales increase in a row or something. Crazy Lardy has been on fire. I mean, and I knew when I reviewed it that the other really onto something special is just such a great issue in just kind of fits into that size that everybody's looking for right now. Not too big, don't need a third row seat, but not too small. It kind of it kind of just fits gap. And so you take on to quality and you put that accurate luxury, the super handling all wheel drive, and all the electron IX inside the car. Holy Ken frankly, accurate prostate. Right. But the big thing with this thing is the Lisa's the residual values are so high. It makes the lease payments amazing and that's where the picking up their sales. Well, I see a lot of them in my neighborhood. I'll tell you that. Oh, yeah. You see them everywhere. And to the phones we go. Eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven we start to sour were Scott Cyprus, Texas in the Houston area. Know scott. Good afternoon. Jerry question for you looking for a nother vehicle for my wife and she's looking at a twenty eight teams shabby terrain, and a twenty fifteen Volvo xc. Sixty what are your thoughts? There is the terrain new or used. No. Okay. And are they comparable pricewise? Yeah. Very comparable price wise. Of course, the Volvo has a lot more creature comforts if you will. But the Volvo has thirty thousand miles. Oh, I like that. I'm gonna meant to a little bit of bias here. The terrain Abberley liked the terrain up until twenty eighteen where when they put the start stop system on that you cannot disable and it ruined it for me. And don't let that sway you, if she's okay with that. And if you're okay with that, if you're going to be driving at some, then obviously, it's, you know, I'd rather have the new terrain with no miles. Hello ally. Are we going to keep this thing? Well, she's driving. Now a two thousand nine Chrysler three hundred so probably a ten years, okay? I think I'd if you can get around the start stop issue. I'd probably go with the terrain. And I'm looking at it maintenance costs down the road. I love the miles on that, although I loved xc, sixty the interiors. Great. The safety features amazing, like you always get with the Volvo, but, you know, one hundred thousand miles it's going to start to cost some money, and I think the terrain, you know, we'll do a hundred and fifty thousand without any problems, and without any major expense. And for me it's just getting around that start stops this. Yeah. And we don't have too much problem with the start stop. I I've got a Ford pickup with the same thing. And I've kinda gotten used to it. He had some people do it doesn't bother some people. I'm very sensitive to it. And some cars are better and worse than others. This this ranger over. I'm driving this week if it didn't have the button. It would drive me crazy. It shakes the whole car, every time they injured comes back on, and I do mostly in town driving. And so it's cutting on and stopping and starting back up constantly, but if you get around, that, I think I think the terrain is probably the way to go if it were, if, if it were me doing it, I've got with the terrain, there is an if that start stop system starts to really bother you. There is software out there now that will bypass that. And that'd be the first thing I would do, but that's up to you guys, which one is she leaning toward. Pretty much in the metal it's just right on the fence. Okay is, is the Volvo certified? Well, we've looked at a couple and we're not certain the one we're looking at now is okay. It's with one of your dealers. So we have to look at that. Yeah. I am. I don't think it'd be a mistake to get the Volvo at all. I do. I am a little concerned about the long term maintenance on it. They are they, they can get pretty expensive and some of the stuff you've probably going to have to do at Volvo dealer and that can get real expensive. It. There's no bad choice here. I'll tell you that it's just going to come down to wide ever. She thinks she's to want to drive for the next five or six years, and either one would would serve you guys. Well, I would lane to the GMC, if it were me, appreciate the phone call. Find the car truck or SUV that really.

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"ardian" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It is a trend is that something that we would over a valuate here over analyze analysis paralysis. Yeah. I wish I I wish I had a better answer for you. I'm not sure I mean, I think defensively maybe you wanted to go golf a couple of years ago, the platinum glove. Yeah. He hasn't really wanted saints or whatever he's dropped a little bit there. He's he gets Batty. It gets off to bad start his bad month's show April ever bad June. And then I'll go nuts. So sure I mean, he's he's at that thirty year old Mark, and you know, how things work there. But he's still very productive. I know he wants to put six months together. So you're not wrong in pointing that out. Let's TB DVD. It's important. The can for him until I made. I you told chili Davis. Don't you ever talk to me again? Pretty much, right? Very much. Yeah. No, no, not you. Jesse? So. All right now, I'm worried about the Hafer. I don't think anyone's happy for half right now over three yesterday and again, spring training means nothing I understand oh for three two ks and he's down to is right about seven. That's what my calculator. So we have a Twitter poll question here Jesse and said eleven number nine who is more likely to be in AAA on may first. Jimenez are Ian happ who is more likely to be a AAA. And may I. He li- Ardian hap-. I have no idea what the vote went Eric were developed guy. I don't even guess sixty one percent of the voters said Aloi lament will be more likely to be in triple AMA, I is that one of the best of the year that one there it's up there. Is Eli automatic on April fifteen anyway, not the question as much as he and a hat. I watch him. I'm not a betting coach he has a long swing. Same thing as last year trying to uppercut it looks like now, he's also what they and I always left he's between between. Well, that means you're swell on the fastball. And you're too soon and the breaking ball he's between he's got long. So he took. And here's what you now. He's messed up and exhibition history watching on TV one ball to strike fastball right down the middle frozen pizza. He takes strike three. How can you take strike three one ball to strike fastball down the middle unless you're over thinking caught in between a good good way to describing. That's one of those guys asked me yesterday who I who I sort of worry about after watching the springing up there not just because the stats mean, you're right. Maybe he had a great spring last year and a bad year. Maybe a bad spring leads to good year. In fact, jed Hoyer. Says that to me often like he kinda likes when guys get the bad streak side of the way in March. But that that's more applies to the price and rizzo's whoever's track record. And the I the other day in centerfield he took a bad route. I like put my head down on the table after watching. You're right. I know I heard but in his defense his not an outfielder. Yeah. Well, he didn't come up that way. But you think he would be getting better. He's played out. There a lot. He's getting a lot of reps out there. I don't know. It's another one that's a mystery twenty four home runs that first year, and it's kind of gone south. You're not wrong. A couple of guys this spring invited the Christian down. Who cover off the ball? You want him as a backup and half. Getting every day at bats down at AAA. Like, these are that's a drastic move that they would not have expected to think about happening again, you can't put too much in March. But there's a it's a concern. It's a concern is not shown this type of hitting abilities. He did that reason. I put I on the Paul. I don't think that trouble. I mean, you know. Until may I if and when we don't know Andy Russell comes back that would be the approximate day for him may I or whatever. David of hap- still at one zero seven or you know, but fifty and they say, well, you know, what we are gonna keep brussel. That's a whole nother topic who the hell knows. But yeah, that would be I think ok. Jesse will leave your with this next week want to have a little report on Nico Horner? As bad as the draft pick of turning at Niko Horner could save Jason McLeod. And everybody's fanny with the twenty four picking around funding round pick last year. He looks like a kid that is way above twenty four. Selection in the first round he's six for nine last. I looked a Homer at triple a couple of doubles. He walks hit by pitch second baseman trying to learn shortstop. He's moved his motion up moreover hand, I guess, what can you tell us click now and Martin lights next week about Nico Horner. I'm gonna give you sort of like a scouting Turkey. He he's a baseball player. You know what I mean? He's just he looks the part and he plays the part. He's just one of these baseball players. That's that's my now. You look at them in the uniform. He knows what he's doing looks good. So far to play little premature to think he's gonna be on this team in any capacity this year. But look this is when you open is and he's certainly doing that. Jesse ever? Hear me say miss a little miss a lot at once in a while listening and and Justice Justice. Great. Can you come on? Yeah. He's already on. I guess black who is this JJ hood. They can Jonathan. You're talking about contrasts behind the plate and his arm and your your guys were talking about a pitch framing. You know? Do you? Remember this a little bit from the okay, sir. When you hung up. Did you hear what happened? No. Well. Saying, you know, hey, this is pretty important, but analytics to pitch framing saves drop Jesse once again going against the analytical people absolutely fan graphs worries. More about the pitch framing than the arms. He's an old school or like that though he looks at he's he's got a new school sensibility. But he also has the old school lens. Jesse? I just giving you the biz. But let me tell you something if you don't have the arm like contries to control the running game that nothing else you'll never be in the big leagues as a catcher. And he he controls the running game with that. Now. Sure. Better a framing. But what what was it that you set them off with you were saying the arm is more important than the frame? Well, yeah, I mean, it's not me say necessarily I'm saying he's down on himself. This is what I okay because because everybody talks about picks framing, and that's a weakness for him. Does why doesn't anybody talk about his great arm? Do feel better. Like, it's it's it's out there in cyberspace all the pitch framing about just the fact that he's got a great armpit skies off and stuff like that. So he should feel good about himself. He has one weakness and he's trying to address it. But that was what I was saying the focus is down that instead of part of the game, which is good. And here's the retort would be not only does he have a rifle. He's got a rifle for an arm. He controls the running game you go ask John Lester. Who can throw to first base? What? For the last two years without can trust. Because those runners they're afraid to go more than a normal leadoff little crow hop because they know he'll he'll pick them right off. So he helps Lester to do what Lester can do because we know unless you're can't do throw the first no doubt about it. And he's done it for every pitcher really not been a great. It's not been a great starting staff over the last few years. Holding the running game down. It's been mostly Wilson. Guitarist that's done it. They do not have been Jake Arrieta was awful Miguel. Montero said about that Lester has its problems Hendrix, Scott better. He's been great at picking guys off. He got better at it as the years have gone on. So I'm with you. I think the church should feel good about himself. Who's got one little weakness. And hopefully that can get better with experience. We'll see if it does. Now that was great stuff with you black and hoodie Jesse great job. And you're scouting report off the top you hit. That was great Nico. Honnor? I add the last sentence could save Jason mcleod's job. Thanks, just take care of emergency and Jesse laughing back, and if I know her behind Murph, and Fred Fred with the day off got a lot to cover in the final thirty minutes. Hope you're having a great day. It's happened down here. Murphy's chowder San sometime before the end of the day. It's ESPN one thousand. Coming up on Monday. Let's see what will we talk about. Oh, I know. Brackets that would be March madness. Brackets rackets player game sixty six one Cup..

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"ardian" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on KDOW

"Art. Happy new year. Thank you. Chevron. Ardian? I just one. Get my last half the vision on it. I got in roughly about one nineteen or so. And thankfully, dropped down to in the no one hundred for a little while there. I was just wondering oil prices have bottomed out. I think it's very possible. But if we go into recession art, the answer's no, okay. But it's possible because I am they've they've fallen quite hard already. So I think they might might just stay low for a while. And if you can handle holding on the shell with a four percent dividend without doing much of growth, then this is a place you could buy it because balanced off that bomb went down to about one hundred and one right one hundred ten now. That's that's that's where it got. I think it might retest that art it might be testing area. I think is about one hundred dollars one hundred and one hundred two I think that's as low it's going to go, but it might retest that law low again, and that's where if it bounced off again, that'd be a double bottom and stock Pat a chart pattern that is a very strong pattern. But you can also buy it right here. Could it could be a v bottom, which is what it's done so far. I don't think it's going to go above one hundred twenty one hundred twenty-five, but you're trying to get a low price put on a position very strong stocks that you could hold on forever. If you wanted to end is growing solidly still in its sales, even with the oil prices going down. So I kinda like it. And I kinda like it here. Depends on how patient you wanna be you could buy here and just lived through it and put it in the door. Forget about an art. You'll be fine. But it may go down test hundred one. Thinking about a waiting for another shopping the market will take them up. But there's nothing wrong with that. Okay. The call. CBS Chevron corP, CBS oil company. I don't think I needed to remind you what kind of company was. But Chevron, what are we gonna talk about today? Well, I got to talk about a heads up. I want to talk about the hedge fund industry before the end of the show. I wanna talk about the jobs report. And I want to talk about. New year financial planning for you guys out there. What you need to do what I think you should think about the new year. I'm listen to invest talk. I.

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"ardian" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Trust formed at your death for the good of your children. Right. Yes. We're doing this bringing trust. Okay. Good. And yes. So you name a trustee and you name in there in detail. What you want the trustee to do? How how the money should be handled? But as far as the the guardian for the child. It's a different criteria. Obviously. It's who's going to raise this child way. I want them raised. Yeah. That's a hard. Pardon problem trustee to we you know, we would like family to be the trustee and corporate trusty. Corporate trusting junction with family, but our family on both sides has had some issues with money in boundaries. And they don't really. Handle money to way review. Well, here's the thing. Even if they don't handle money the way you do. Are they honest and smart enough to follow the law now some families are dysfunctional enough? They're going to not follow the law. But the law is the follow what the document says or they could get their butts sued by your kid when they grow up, right, but people behave all the time and they situation. So if you can trust them to do what you say in the document. Then then that's okay. Because they don't they you're going to tighten the thing up. You're not gonna leave them. A lot of leeway. I mean, we're definitely gonna the way we're riding his keep it as specific and tight as possible. It's just you You know. know, a few million life insurance about a million in assets. It's very tempting super worried about it. I don't blame you. It's very very wise to be concerned about it. I probably it sounds like you need to use just a professional trustee. I'm not big fan of those. But I'm I'm a bigger fan of them than I am dysfunctional family. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, it's not my favorite option. But for lack of better options, I think that's what we're gonna end up. And you know, the other thing sometimes you can do is if you had a close friend that would be willing. About that. Actually might be a better idea. Yeah. That'd be willing to take it on. And even the guardian thing sometimes people do that. We had some friends. It wasn't us. But we had some friends who named a family that was having trouble having children as potential guardian. And they were they were they were just they're very very, very close friends, obviously. But they name them as the Ardian. Having infertility issues, and they named them as guardian they didn't die. So they end up transferred ever happened. But, but that was just an interesting way of looking at it, you know, a little different thing. And it was somebody, you know, in their church, the same Christian values that they had shared in that kind of thing. And that's that's really what what Sharon I were looking for for guardian in our in our case, we had family that we could do that. With in our case. But but. Our kids. Yeah. And our kids have little kids right now. Like, you do and so our grandkids. And they're looking at the exact same kinds of issues, as you know, do you want the grandparents to step in? And do you want the another brother or another sister to step in and that kind of thing, and it's man, it's it's you got a lot of things to think about, but you're very very very wise to be thinking about it. It's the you're, you know, you're going to do very well with money, and you're going to be a great dad because those are the types things that great dads, do and great moms do and people are good with money is they're diligent on things. Like, a state plans will life insurance and all that kind of stuff, and so very very good. And then the thing you're gonna find is you end up updating it, you know, over the years things are gonna change. And you update things are gonna change in you update. In our case. We ended up dating hours not major moves. But we find tune it every year. And my personal state plan because it's gotten so stinking complicated. So but anyway, hey, thanks for the call. We appreciate you. Joining US Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five..

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"ardian" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

"Awesome. Thank you messing. He, sean. Yes. The best way reach me star off the ban jump into my final. But from my website, just H and she oh, he L dot com. And just shoot me a message on my site on the bacterial and social links there, and in terms, I guess just took my my message that was gonna drop I say just. I mean, I I should thought and thinking about this prior to this. But I definitely would say get started. They'll anyone stuff but also ceiling pal like if you're doing something don't sound shift. Here's and go into reverse all of a sudden get started doing something else. That was my biggest piece advice I've received and also network connecting with many people as you can and really just building relationships instead of connections. A lot of people just a lot of people that I take to events that are on my age. They they're so busy trying to network that forget it can act and it's not about seeing a business card getting a phone number. But it's more if it's people's guilt. So it's about really honing in on. Breeding connection with someone in short short period of time that you can continue to build on for months days years hours later, and that's that's about it. So no, that's that's great advice and the way that I would also translate that into one thing that I think about a lot is is there's a lot of people that are in a race to consume so much information and read a lot of books and go through a lot of some RS and different things. At least, you know in my world. I see a lot of this. And I think someone is far better off mastering a single useful book than reading fifty books. You know, I mean, you can read a book and then read the next book and read the next book, but like really mass or something in the same thing. I would say with what you said about relationships. I mean, you can go to an event and get a ton of contact info, and you know, handshakes, hugs and meet different people. But that that's far different than you know, quality is far more important than quantity. And that I always. Play out. So thanks, and then Connor I mean, you're the youngest person I think to ever give a talk at genius network at how would we then fifteen or sixteen? They're like. Yeah. So all right. Final last words from you and anything else you wanna up with. And then we'll. My final last words are follow Caleb Matic on it. And in my Harding, Ardian vices. We can't hear you. Wait. Can you hear me now? Yeah. You sound a little bit. But we couldn't really hear you the entire time. But I just didn't want to be rude. No, go ahead. Words are for follow Taylor Mattis on exam? And lastly. Lafley? I think that everyone should go and do something nice for someone out there. And. And if they turn daily and they have to go to the event. Awesome. Okay. Well, first off, I really really appreciate you taking the time in I I'm really excited about what's going to happen at genius network and about just you know, helping to amplify what you guys are already doing. So looking forward to that into all of our listeners. I hope you found this inspirational inspiring, and there's certainly business owners and different people that probably are not aware of some of the things that we talked about. So share this episode with anyone in your business or in your world that you think would benefit from it. And I'll put all of the contact information from everyone below in the show notes this episode, and for those that are going to see us at the genius network any event, which will be taking place in a couple of weeks than awesome genius network of vents dot com events with an s is well, the details are and to all of you guys. Thank you so much, and we're all. We'll we'll be rocking the house in a couple of weeks. Things in.

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"ardian" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Who is your favorite sibling? Like Brielle Arianna k. j. Cain or Kaya I. Ardian. Brielle's on the couch over here because we're, she's going to be joining us here in a minute, and she's like, wait, what in cash is like, no, just I'm just saying, why is REI owning your favorite? Because brutal yell never help sow now plays with me and Arianna. Does that still. You guys watch live PD last week together in her bed and you fell asleep. So already on gives me and sneaks off. Oh, that's the real story. Brielle don't let me see you doing that has won the hearts of cagey and now cash. I guess it's through sneaking candy bars. Okay, the bars stereo. Okay. The key to cash is heart is obviously suites like his momma. Cash, what do you want to be when you grow up? I would say basketball player or a baseball player. Cash is projected to be through the pediatrician actually taller than k. j. about six. Six. Your big dude. So basketball could be in your future. Okay. What is your favorite thing about daddy? I mean, aside from the fact he's super Kyun have a lot of things about that. Aw, that's so cute. Gimme a couple of things while you love daddy so much because he plays catch with me. He has fun with me. Very cool. Nice. Yeah. Do we have fun conversations on the way to school mom and I with you guys, we do. We shared you. A bunch of Costin's answer lamb. We like to talk to each other. We do cool boy stuff. Don't we? Yeah, we do. We ride motorcycles and dig in the dirt and have fun, and we also play catch with the football. We also felt the stick in that net. I guess that's all the t-. Okay. Well, I guess I'm gonna have to break in police words. We play Fords and chase through the house. And this and the other day, like five days ago he played with us..

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"ardian" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"Is this a Nintendo game like like, is this an intendo exclusive guy p? Yes. Okay. Well, hold on that. Brian. Did not ask IV. Yeah. Sorry. This game was exclusive to an engine of level at it was game exclusive to the super Nintendo. No. Any Essen GameBoy. Yeah, be in sixty four probably. Oh, yeah. Could you give me a look like? I got you. Oh, can we late any Asser early four? Yes. Yeah. Early sixty Zada question. Just eliminate intendo or six, four eight off the bat. I think you should ask. Is it on sixty four? No, that's ten GameBoy. GameBoy or any s or late NS intendo exclusive GameBoy game that we've got. Is this a GameBoy game? Nope. Some. Listen, any asking. Yes. Oh, yeah, we got. We got one that I was asking those. Yeah, yeah. Okay. So late. Any any s game exclusive exclusive? What you can see his hands? You can't see his face is covered. Yeah, the hands are also probably covered. The question I want to ask is, is the Bill. That's what I wanna know because then it would turn whether or not he was like a main protagonist. Games, I know, but that's all I'm trying to. But where do you think we're we're? What are you leaning on? I don't know, can say we can work. No, I don't have an trying to trying to limit the later part of the early ninety late late NASA games or like warriors woods this definitely in any game. Yeah, I think so. You don't know that it's intendo game from the nineties. I ask him though. He it's not getting GameBoy, not GameBoy. It's not comport gotta do this guys. I've been playing twenty questions for years in the back studio there. If we don't get this trouble. Was this game developed by Nintendo? No Okay. With her late mega man games on the s I think mega man like four, five and six in the nineties. Maybe just five and six. Is that a hat that's a helmet, but you know, that's it's heads covered unless it's little seeming by covered. Is it. So clarifying question. Okay. Well, I don't even know if you can answer this for us. This is more disability. Mega man. It has a fleshy face and then has a helmet over it. But as the helmet apart of as it comes, he has hair underneath a robot. It's all fake. He's got nice locks in the opening of men to Ardian. My question is hair also aids, so that's that's cybernetic. It's not real. Cybernetic care, but if lows in the wind quite nicely, what if you screw or bolt the helmet onto his head at that point? Is it a part of them? Well, what if I bolted a helmet on your part of you..

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"ardian" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Didn't but the idea is a lot of big creative chant yeah it's idea of being obsessed by something whatever and don't forget the minimum moon man oh of course yeah when the funds are actually seems like an interesting twist on the whole crime drama al capone thing because it's not you know alcott's comedy alka ponant is peak it's a forty seven year old capone who is now after ten years in prison coming to grips with his violent past and battling dementia about that i like when i see tom hardy movie i wanna see tom hardy right now physically see yeah i think that's the point of mean was starting with tom hardy doesn't look like tom ardian this movie he looks like an old outcome i loved ideas to god's walking in the movie and then at the end of the credits rolling where was tom hardy that had to have happened to people at the end of tropic thunder right no come on you don't think that anybody that theater not knowing that the jerk executive was tom cruise you don't spo spoiler alert you know i think people left the movie out of they they were disappointed that they didn't see tom cruise though i think that's that was a means respect i thought you were going to say robert downey junior and like come on everybody knew robert downey junior i thought i was going to say the australian that was clearly robert downey junior that people let either not knowing that which robert downey junior i'm the dude dude disguises another dude i thought he should have won an off of that role i'm not even kidding you was nominated he was nominated thought he should have won the off i think he was going up against was he was at the same year that he fletcher was up no one will say from ledger that year you die playing a role man i guess you gotta you gotta kinda get an automatic pass right gamma put it on the poll if you die in a role automatic oscar nomination it depends on the role brain leading and nominated for the crow right he would have died filming pewee.

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"ardian" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Be living in a time where our sympathy doesn't lie with the person who was battered but it lies with the person who aided and abetted the battery and again tonya harding rough go her parents split up push she didn't seem to have many good relationships going on through life this jeffco luli guy seems like a real scum bag i mean any one that would um uh beat their significant other i mean this is horrible stuff that no real man would ever do and as a society we've got to be very strong and always take that position tonya harding admitted to having at least some prior knowledge of an attack on another skater will speaking the abc news is aiming or rohbock for the two hour truth and lies the tonya harding's story tb special on abc she was careful to also state that she heard jeffco luli and shawn eckardt mentioning taking somebody out of the competition a month or two before the attack but the fact remains that she had an idea ahead of time that something could be done to one of the other skaters ahead of the u s national championships back in 1994 nancy kerrigan was a darling of the figure skating world known for her grason poise in contrast tanya ardian was known for her for her athleticism as a skater and her attitude that was somewhat less poised then what was then expected of figure skaters well that's interesting right and at an attitude that doesn't fit the norm have we just been talking.

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"ardian" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Well there next hearing in the court is scheduled for january tents uh they have now been moved to insane prison uh so previous they are being held it interrogation center where they were being targeted uh by the police without access to lawyers and without access to immediate family members so uh we expect that they're going to go to trial i think now what's going to have to happen is there has to be a a significant larger outcry of the international community to escalate this further and raised concerns about whether media freedom is something that is valued by the burmese government's and to raise concerns that uh without uh access the information no all sorts of abuses organ continuing worsen and fill while these two journalists while alone and kaus who are being detained let's not let the story go silent remind us of what's going on in rick hinds stay reminds us of what's going on with the persecution of the roma hangar well we have now well over three hundred and fifty villages that were destroyed uh we have in this latest generation six hundred fifty thousand people that were pushed out of burma since august 25th joining another three hundred thousand or so that were ardian bangladesh a we have a complete in total denial of human rights abuses in any way shape or form by the burmese military aung san suu cheese complicit in this and uh you know the international community is going to have to pressure uh for a full factfinding by an independent international group could be the un uh we already have a fact finding mission that they're now look into these things but they are being denied access to the country so it's going to be a long slog now but we're calling for the people responsible to be brought before the international criminal court in the hague and were calling for sanctions against specific individuals who are identified as culpable and that includes people in the military but also maybe border police and also maybe the civilian government fuel robertson deputy director of the asia division of human rights watch feel thanks for joining us.

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"ardian" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"And colby covington that's what i was gonna ask nets as coaches for the ultimate fire in the way that works the two coaches ultimately fight for one another because tyrants the champion the title would be on the line i don't know that that rumors true and i don't know who started at but i know that dialogue is out there and like anything if it does gained this is a business first and guys always want to argue i've got the winds in the resume on my side the winds and the resume is wonderful but the mandate of the masses trump's everything if people get on board with wanted to see colby versus tire and more than they get on board a seen tyrant versus ardy a that's the fight the i'd be okay with ardian colby at the small becher ass loud be probably the most entertaining fight any all of them any which way you wanna do it yeah i have no problem with i got no problem i have no prompting is time i think we are forgetting one fighter though josh emmett nia josh emmett kind of had a little party yeah he did he did doug gone it i mean uh thought that sound like i was down on him no i i by surprise a con everyone there was some commentary at the end of that fight that i did not agree with uh llamas his head was bouncing off the madden cormie was a commentator he began counting that in slow motion watch his head bounds one two three times i was just go oh my god why why am i want a it yes that fight was gray for some reason when you brought it up i ha i my mind went to the place at all he can i was kinda mortified in front of the tv amac analyst emir side i'm not really sure where they came from but i was watching them counted and going who is not in his ear saint stop doing that stop county in an unconscious man's head bouncing off of a canvas in additioning roundthehead bounce fivetimes and he said it was three and then he countered in slow motion one two three in the head goes to more times and so he didn't even counter doha the whole thing was it made me uncomfortable quite frankly made me recover but a good way.

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"ardian" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Alec makes people feel good when they're doing something bad together makes them believe are conspirators in a great joyful rues like they are the only honest ones in a game everyone else is too ashamed to admit they are playing so everyone likes alec and it made me think that almost all of your unlikeable characters are actually quite likeable even michael douglas is character and solitary man just still here heating him but you're came as sort of rouen for that's my goals incredible gift as an actor is that michael can engage in any behavior and for some reason you go with him oh yes i measured yongin in his direction it's quite astonishing well bags yeah that's probably my favorite movie of ours and i become known when you're writing a character you become fascinated by the way the pay thing coming by we axelrod in has split i love it i love above yarsha rod i know that he does terrible things but i understand what he thinks he's doing why he thinks he's doing what he's doing with trump's an awful person and we don't there's nothing that we can find like all hadas an offer a totally different should trump has none of the charm of bobby harada yeah i mean damien lewis if you look at what he did in homeland and now what he's doing in billions yes what a remarkable actor he's an incredible actor an incredible understand he and jim ardian maggie sieve monochrome and we have we're just blessed with his cast who can take our words and relief but really really fly with those words but.

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"ardian" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

New York Times - Popcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

"She had like a some jacket that was like four hundred dollar jacket i can remember that looked like no i remember thea and i saw someone like a month later area you have no you're already ardian so the the real question did you buy your taylor swift snake ring silence i do us lot pablo march how do you feel about flocked fonts out of those i'm in an interesting thing about the taylor connie a beef right now is that there appears to be some sobbed tweeting appaling with the merchandise some of the taylor merge nice has that kind of like affliction fond but some of it as a fond that like seems very very indebted to connie's ally for pablo merchandise those tshirts and you know i guess can't trademark affandi gantry style but it does seem like a pretty obvious borrowing or swipe does that feel as effective is like any at the song in the video do you think like waving that is i just don't know that the people who are buying taylor march or upon that are necessary necessarily merely monday me recognize it but i do and you know i'm sure they see online they can draw the connections but i don't know that the pablo march would have a as it sort of resounded with people of a certain ilk likes fashion fashiony seen people you know i think the problem which was a big deal i don't think taylor customers are really pursing the subtexts of sumerch as a site of hostility is not really a trend yet not for a pop star awoke in japan e mobin sure sure but uh i do you remember the 1989 tour taylor blanket which was very nice which i own.

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"ardian" Discussed on The Read

The Read

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"ardian" Discussed on The Read

"That's a mini bite now you're its ardian your head dustin says that no you're going to google and i'm gonna no i'm not in his added that enough all the time i say this because of dust in all the time he does now you of an absolutely seen this movie anti and i'm ghana it's like the funniest part of a moment in the film c every so he's got a whole anna is it is it is not define temptations is it the fighting tam looked as it sounds as part of a musical number and in ghana lee's prima donna no no no no no i can't hear what you're doing but standard thank you i gave my god honor to be made as you said its egg me away from magda it's called sister to igf 1 is that they're damn what well sorry i couldn't who which one that will invite beer you right there you could have just stopped sister right well i think i just said to him because the two is my favorite to is my favorite win but the first who's gonna too also i actually prefer really one of the kids got on market nurse i hated each of i did in the door or the white boy who is his name the wrapper joyful fullbore toward the end in my life i put no before the because as i wanna to get stuck into now that you love the only want to go so that would sir frank hey that were you came on.

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